American author Stuart Woods recently passed away. He was a best-selling mystery author, won awards, and, as his book rightly pointed out, lived a prosperous life. He reportedly died on July 22, 2022, at his home in Washington, Connecticut. Woods’ wife, Jeanmarie Woods, who also happens to be his only close relative, confirmed his passing. After the news was released, netizens expressed their sincere condolences to him. At the time of his death, he was 84 years old.
Stewart Woods’ wife, Jean Mary Woods, did not provide any additional information about the tragic news she received. Because of this, his exact cause of death remains uncertain. Mr. Woods, a daring licensed private jet pilot and a transatlantic sailor with homes in New York, Maine, and Florida, has added to his writing career in a somewhat casual fashion. But once he started writing, he was able to advance $7,500 for his 1981 debut, “Chiefs,” into a lucrative one-man fiction factory that produced as many as five thrillers a year, including one It served as the basis for the 1983 six-hour CBS miniseries.
A Santa Fe defense lawyer named Ed Eagle, a Georgia senator who is elected president named William Henry Lee IV, a retired Army major turned Florida police chief hired by the CIA named Holly Barker, and a police detective who leads production for a Hollywood studio in The character named Rick Barron in the 1970s was just a few of the characters he created over four decades. Another of Mr Woods’ travel books is A Romantic Guide to Country Inns in England and Ireland (1979).
On January 9, 1938, Stuart Chevalier Lee was born in Manchester, Midwest Georgia. Gas station owner Stuart Franklin Lee fled the country when his two-year-old son was taken advantage of by a bottling company and church organist Dorothy (Callaway) Lee was his parents. Since his mother married Angier David Woods when Stuart was six years old, he inherited his stepfather’s surname. After earning a degree in sociology from the University of Georgia in 1959, Mr. Woods served in the Air National Guard. Upon arriving in New York, he failed to achieve his goal of becoming a journalist, instead working for an advertising agency before moving